NYC IT Staffing Firm Releases Guide to Help Managers Avoid Staff Demoralization

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NYC IT staffing firm today releases a brand new guide to help business leaders understand many of the key reasons technical professionals burn out, lose morale and seek employment elsewhere.

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What do Bill Lumbergh, Gordon Ramsay, the NFL and United States military have to do with burnt out technology staff in a firm’s IT branch? As NYC IT staffing firm Infusive Solutions points out in their recent guide ‘Don’t Be Like Lumbergh: Avoiding Staff Demoralization in the IT Department,’ quite a bit.

Drawing parallels from these familiar American institutions and pop culture icons, this latest release from Infusive Solutions is designed to help business leaders that manage technical employees understand some of the poor leadership practices that lead IT staff to burn out, lose motivation or migrate to new companies in a way that’s both informative and entertaining.

And with this knowledge, business leaders who hire or work closely with IT staff will be able to better form a guiding set of principles that suggest to their in-demand technical staff members that if they made it onto the team, they’re loved, they’re appreciated and if they keep up the good work, they’re indispensable.

“After more than a decade working with IT candidates seeking new work, we’ve found a number of commonalities in the reasons technical professionals become demoralized in the workplace,” said Murshed Chowdhury, CEO at Infusive Solutions. “With that in mind, we wanted to create this resource to help inform our leadership community who could really benefit from that insight.”

Check out the preview right here or download the full version.

About Infusive Solutions:

Infusive Solutions Inc. is a specialized technical staffing firm within the Microsoft Partner Network. Located in midtown Manhattan, the Infusive team helps clients in verticals ranging from finance, media, law and entertainment hire IT staff including .NET, SQL Server and SharePoint developers as well as Windows Systems Engineers, DBAs and helpdesk support professionals.

Check out their humorous promotional video right here.

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